High Schools

Souhegan takes out St. Thomas

Souhegan 7, St. Thomas 2 Nathanial Dziadek and Alex Frazier helped lead the Sabers to their fourth win of the season. Dziadek won the No. 1 singles match, and Frazier took home a win at No. 6, and the pair teamed up to win the No. 2 doubles match. Souhegan (4-1) also got singles wins from ...

Floher pitches Alvirne past Exeter

Alvirne 5, Exeter 3 Robbie Floher pitched a complete game – the third in a row for the Broncos – allowing three hits and striking out six. Floher also had a double and scored a run while Tyler Brown was 4 for 4 with two steals, as he scored the tying run and drove in the ...

Souhegan pounds out win over Lebanon

Souhegan 19, Lebanon 2 (5 innings) Hannah Cochran got the win as the Sabers crushed the Raiders in a Division II game. Cochran finished with nine strikeouts and allowed just three hits. Sam Allen led the offense, going 5 for 5 with two doubles and four runs scored, while Abrie Davis was 4 for ...

Milford tops Souhegan, Hollis Brookline

Milford tops Souhegan, HB The Spartans recorded 129.5 points to finished just ahead of Souhegan (124) in a five-team meet. Hollis Brookline (67.5) was third, followed by Pembroke and Sanborn. Leading the way for Milford was Amy Arena, who won the 200 (27.1), and Brianna Lippitt, who won the ...

Souhegan sweeps five-team meet

Souhegan sweeps five-team meet The Sabers scored 137 points to come in ahead of Milford’s 87. Sanborn (83) took second while Hollis Brookline (33) was fourth and Pembroke fifth. Souhegan got a big day from Eli Moskowitz, who won the 800 (2:02) and the 1,600 (4:35.9). Ben Platt took ...

Broncos run at Salem

The Alvirne boys and girls track teams competed in a meet at Salem against the Blue Devils and Pinkerton. No team scores were available. For the girls, Emily Barry won the 800-meter run, finishing in 2 minutes, 42.6 seconds, while Brittney Lambert was first in the high jump, clearing 5-2. ...

Coach makes first return to Souhegan

It had been almost seven years since Jim Rines coached a high school softball game at Souhegan High School. The new Milford coach’s return to the field where he coached the Sabers for 15 years – which included the school’s only softball championship in 2003 ...

Timberlane tops North, 4-2

Steve Waible took the hard-luck loss on the mound for the Titans, who fell to 3-4, giving up two earned runs while scattering seven hits. Brendan Martin led the Titan offense with three hits.

Errors hurt Cavs in 8-4 loss to Pembroke

The Hollis Brookline Cavaliers committed four costly errors as they fell to 1-4. Pitcher Ashley Skey took the loss, giving up eight runs on 13 hits over six innings while striking our four. Beth Buchanan went 2 for 4 with a double and two runs scored whileLindsey Scewczyk had a hit and two ...

Timberlane blanks North, 7-0

The Titan fell to 2-4 thanks to a defense that committed seven errors and an offense that managed just two hits, an Aly Fortin single and Cassie Page double. Pitcher Sarah Odierno took the loss, striking out five and walking one. Six of the 6-0 Owls’ seven runs were unearned.

Salem edges Nashua South, 5-4

The Panthers fell to 1-5 after losing four of six singles matches. South’s only singles wins were Kaushil Patel (8-2) at No. 1 and Sumeet Salvi (8-4) at No. 3. The No. 1 and 2 doubles teams of Patel/Brandon Stempler (9-8, 7-1) and Salvi/Sam McIntyre (10-8) were also winners.

South falls to Salem, 11-4

The Panthers dropped to 1-6 even though Mike Habibi and Chris Byers both doubled and had two hits apiece. The Panthers next take on Bishop Guertin on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Holman Stadium.

Brown, Broncos blank BG, 3-0

Tyler Bown tossed a three-hit shutout with eight strikeouts and one walk as the Broncos improved to 2-3. Robbie Flohr and Greg Emanuelson had RBI singles for Alvirne, which scored its other run on a wild pitch. Andrew Williams took the loss for the Cardinals (4-3), while Quinn DiPasquale had ...

Campbell gets past Hopkinton, 5-2

The Cougars improved to 5-1 as pitcher Ryan Glendye (2-0) allowed just two runs on five hits with three strikeouts and a walk over 5 2/3. Zach Byers had two hits while Christian Bourgea had a double. Connor Sahlin also had a key bunt single.

Souhegan blanks Con-Val, 9-0

The Sabers cruised,as singles winners included Lindsay Moss (8-1, Mave Morgan (8-0), Annie Protzmann (8-0), Bailey Farris (8-5), Natalie Nelson (8-5) and Anna Redway (8-0). The doubles teams of Morgan/Protzmann (8-3), Moss/Farris (8-5) and Nelson/Morgan Zifchak (8-1) also won.

Cavs roll past Pembroke, 13-1

The 4-2 Hollis Brookline Cavaliers had 10 hits over the five inning affair, led by Emmitt Craggy (two hits, three RBIs), Austin Pigott (2 for 4, three RBIs) and David Walsh (two hits). Freshman Nathan Corsetti picked up the win in three innings of relief, fanning three with one walk while ...

Campbell clobbers Hopkinton

Campbell 9, Hopkinton 2 The Cougars got a solid pitching performance as Olivia Martinage and Emily Paquin combined on a five-hitter, striking out 10 and walking three. Paquin was also 3 for 5 with two RBIs and Hannah Neild was 3 for 5 with a run-scoring triple. Brittney McNulla was 2 for 4 ...

Martin pitches Wilton-Lyndeborough past Newmarket

Wilton-Lyndeborough 6, Newmarket 0 Patrick Martin pitched a complete game for the Warriors, allowing just three hits and striking out 14 Mules. Kyle Pratt and Connor Melrose each had a two-run double for WLC (3-3) and Shawn McClure was 2 for 3 with a run driven in for the Warriors.

Bishop Guertin crushes Manchester Memorial

Bishop Guertin 23, Manchester Memorial 2 The Cardinals got out to an 11-0 lead after one quarter and cruised to their sixth win of the season. Alex Astarita (assist), Connor Donahue (assist) and Nick Prunier (two assists) scored three goals apiece while Gage Sevigny, Michael Barrett and ...

Britton, Walker lead Milford past St. Thomas

Milford 2, St. Thomas 0 Ryan Britton pitched a shutout, striking out 12 Saints, to help lead the Spartans (5-1) to their fifth straight win. Bryce Walker provided all the runs Milford would need with a two-out, two-run bloop single in the bottom of the fourth inning.